*International Journal of Creative Media Research*
*Issue 3 Published*
Welcome to the third issue of the *International Journal of Creative Media
Research*, Bath Spa University's interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed and open
access academic journal devoted to pushing forward the approaches to and
possibilities for publishing creative media-based research.
Issue 3 comprises eight pieces of work, developed from across a number of
countries and from a range of disciplines, that present explorations and
reflections on emerging approaches to creative and practice-based research.
Topics span the creation of news poems, experimental uses of virtual
reality in learning and teaching practices, the application of art-based
research methods in museum curation, and the development of new creative
research methodologies like ethnomediaology. This issue also showcases a
particular focus on documentary filmmaking as a research method, with a
series of articles exploring this form’s creative, conceptual and
methodological relationship to heritage, story and character on screen.
Other pieces in this issue – namely Ron Herrema’s Code as Prosthesis –
experiment with an altogether less linear and more user-led method of
presenting creative research, adopting a more interactive approach.
Enjoy the content, and please share widely.
*ISSUE 3 CONTENTS <https://www.creativemediaresearch.org/current-issue>:*
*'News Poems': A New Way of Manufacturing the News
*- Andrew Calcutt, University of East London*
*Creating the Griersonian Character and Breaking the ‘Yahoo’ Tradition
*- Catherine Gough-Brady, RMIT University, Melbourne*
*What Are Students Doing When We Aren’t Looking: A Pilot Exploration of the
Ways Students Interpret the Production and Risk Assessment Process when
Working Independently of an Educator on Location Film Shoots
*- Annie East, Bournemouth University*
*Art Based Research as Virtual Cultural Heritage
*- Annie Wan, Independent Researcher*
*Non-Linear Documentary and Museum Exhibition Design: Interdisciplinary
*- Helen Gaynor, University of Melbourne*
*Love in a Time of a Marriage Equality Postal Survey: Documentary
Filmmaking in the Midst of Moral Panic
*- Phoebe Hart, Queensland University of Technology*
*Code as Prosthesis
*- Ron Herrema, Bath Spa University*
*StoryLab Research Network: An Ethnomediaology Approach to
*- Nico Meissner, Griffith Film School, Queensland*
*CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS:*
We are now accepting submissions for future issues. Please consult our Author
Guidelines <https://www.creativemediaresearch.org/author-guidelines> page
for further information. Contact details can be found here
*Dr Matthew Freeman, FHEA*
*Reader in Multiplatform Media*
*Unit of Assessment Leader, **Communication, Cultural and Media Studies*
*Deputy Director, The Centre for Cultural and Creative Industries
*Co-Director, The Centre for Media Research
*Film and Media Subject Lead**, SWW AHRC DTP <https://www.sww-ahdtp.ac.uk>*
*Telephone:* +44 (0)1225 876708
*Staff Profile:* www.bathspa.ac.uk/our-people/matthew-freeman/
- Freeman, M (2019) *The World of The Walking Dead*. Routledge, London.
- Freeman, M (2019) 'Transmedia Historiography as Educational Practice:
Narrativising Colombian Cultural Memory.' *International Journal of
Creative Media Research*, 1.
- Freeman, M (2019) 'Re-building Transmedia Star Wars: Strategies of
Branding and Un-branding a Galaxy Far, Far Away.' In: Proctor, W and
McCullough, R, eds. *Disney’s Star Wars: Forces of Production, Promotion
and Reception*. University of Iowa Press, Iowa City.
- Freeman, M and Gambarato, R.R, eds. (2018) *The Routledge Companion to
Transmedia Studies*. Routledge, London.
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